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    ACTOR'S ACTOR Joseph Gordon-Levitt: Working It

    Resembling a steely-eyed Larry Clark pinup, 24-year-old Joseph Gordon-Levitt prepares to mount his first New York trick in Gregg Araki's incredibly moving and daring new film Mysterious Skin, in which the actor plays a prostitute. It is this surreal, hypersexualized image that proves Gordon-Levitt, most famous for his role ...

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    Truth and Daring

    Though perhaps best known as the cool and canny detective Mike Hammer or the paternal warden Henry Pope, the veteran actor Stacy Keach has never stopped acting.

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    Making the Band... With Matthew Modine

    Matthew Modine told Back Stage all about about his film "The Rocking Horsemen" and his grass-roots casting process, and he even invited Blog Stage to come check out his open-call auditions in New York City.

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    Clear and 'Present'

    Have no doubt: The Tony- and Emmy-nominated Garber is thrilled to be back on a Broadway stage and adores inhabiting Garry Essendine, the self-indulgent, self-absorbed, womanizing matinee idol.

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    Building 'Fences' 

    "I love theater," says Denzel Washington. "It's where I started, and this is a great play." He's speaking of August Wilson's "Fences," which recently opened to rave reviews on Broadway.

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    Please the Court

    Though John Larroquette is best remembered as boorish attorney Dan Fielding on the NBC comedy "Night Court," the actor has carved out a memorable career playing comedy and drama.

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    No Ordinary Talent

    Autumn Reeser brings wit and confidence to teen queens and superhero sidekicks.

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    Growth Spurts

    When Zuzanna Szadkowski first auditioned for "Gossip Girl," she never dreamed that one day she'd hear throngs of teenage fans screaming her name.

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    A Wanted Man

    If you had to pick one person from "Cheers" who would go on to earn an Oscar nomination and headline blockbusters, it probably wouldn't have been Woody Harrelson.

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    Olivia Colman Takes New Steps in 'Tyrannosaur'

    How does an actor with well-established comedic chops turn in a shattering performance in one of the year's most disturbing films? Olivia Colman did it in "Tyrannosaur."